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Our unquenchable thirst for bottled water

by Sean McHenry Jul 21, 2017
The solution could be as close as your kitchen tap.
There’s a question about whether Americans are getting a more healthful liquid from bottles than taps.
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Small community is one of many grappling with big water problems

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 22, 2017
In Kettleman City, California, where arsenic contaminates groundwater, the state supplies every home with bottled water.
Kettleman City, California, is between Los Angeles and Sacramento. The state supplies residents with bottled water because tests showed high levels of arsenic in the drinking water.
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Mexican fizzy water starts bubbling in the US

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 11, 2016
The brand is over 120 years old and has been in the U.S. since the 1980s. But now, it's really starting to pop.
Topo Chico has been around for more than a century.
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Mobile home park residents see erratic water service

by Lewis Wallace Feb 24, 2016
Ohio mobile home park resident said water routinely turned off without notice
One study found that mobile home park residents are more than three times as likely as others to  experience at least one water outage a year. 
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One family's struggles with Flint's water problems

by Quinn Klinefelter Jan 14, 2016
Lead and copper contamination has sparked disease and devastation in the city of Flint

U.S. Forest Service sued over a bottler's water permit

by Andy Uhler Oct 14, 2015
Nestle pays nearly nothing for the water it bottles as Arrowhead.

Why buy water when you can have it for free?

by Molly Wood and Mukta Mohan Sep 1, 2015
Bottled water is about to become the most popular packaged beverage in the U.S.

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Ethos Water ditches sourcing in California

by Kai Ryssdal May 8, 2015
Two words: California drought.

Water could be "blue gold" for Dayton, OH

by Lewis Wallace Aug 11, 2014
As states face major water shortages, some cities sense a business opportunity
Water softens in giant pools at the water treatment plant in Dayton, Ohio.
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Coca-Cola ventures again into U.K. waters

by Stephen Beard Jun 10, 2014
After a flop with Dasani bottled water in the U.K., Coca Cola is returning there.